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Microsoft v. TomTom heading for round 2?

TomTom may have decided not to fight Microsoft over Linux-related patents, but the Software Freedom Law Center is not giving up so easily in sticking up for Linux.

By March 31, 2009


Q&A: Google's open-source balancing act

Google uses a "ton" of open-source software. An insider tells how Google balances its own priorities with the demands of the open-source movement.

By May 28, 2008


Free-software lawyers: Don't trust Microsoft's Open XML patent pledge

Company's Open Specification Promise (OSP), designed to prevent patent problems for third parties, provides "no assurances" to GPL developers, says Software Freedom Law Center.

By March 12, 2008


Underexposed blog: Links of the day

D300 firmware update...SmugMug privacy changes...Lightroom tutorials...Nikon price cuts for old SLRs...Olympus E-430 rumor...Golden parachute for Adobe CEO.

By February 14, 2008


Busybox settles a second GPL suit

Xterasys has become the second company to settle its GPL infringement lawsuit with programmers of the Busybox collection of utilities.

By December 17, 2007


Software Freedom Law Center goes after Verizon over GPL

Open-source and free-software defenders allege that Verizon's Fios wireless-router provider is not abiding by terms of the General Public License.

By December 7, 2007


Problematic GPL enforcement at Verizon

If using GPL software comes to be seen as an invitation to get sued, fewer people will use GPL software.

By December 10, 2007


Linux defenders go after more alleged GPL offenders

The Software Freedom Law Center files two more suits on behalf of BusyBox developers for not making GPL-covered source code available.

By November 20, 2007


Palamida paves the way for greater open-source adoption

Palamida is doing a great deal to make open source easier to adopt and develop.

By October 16, 2007


Ex-Red Hat lawyer joins open-source group

Mark Webbink, who's dealt with open-source legal issues for years, is now on the board of the Software Freedom Law Center.

By October 10, 2007